Posts Tagged: Deison

Various Artists ~ Italian Resonances: Dronegazers?

      Dronegazing? The punctuation is really crucial here, and the emphasis on resonances is not to be understated. I appreciate the importance of labels in building and sustaining communities, but like many of us I also chafe at

Various Artists ~ Italian Resonances: Dronegazers?

      Dronegazing? The punctuation is really crucial here, and the emphasis on resonances is not to be understated. I appreciate the importance of labels in building and sustaining communities, but like many of us I also chafe at

Deison & Mingle ~ Everything Collapse[d]

Everything Collapse[d] is billed by Aagoo as “an album of melancholy and desolation”, and it ends in failure ~ to be precise, a faithful cover of Swans’ “Failure”.  And yet, the album is intensely alive; intentional morbidity never sounded so good.

Deison & Mingle ~ Everything Collapse[d]

Everything Collapse[d] is billed by Aagoo as “an album of melancholy and desolation”, and it ends in failure ~ to be precise, a faithful cover of Swans’ “Failure”.  And yet, the album is intensely alive; intentional morbidity never sounded so good.

Deison / Candor Chasma ~ Antimatter Circles

The bedrock of distinct noise arrives out of nowhere; the creeping hiss of an out of tune television set at three a.m, conjuring up feelings of apprehension and fear as another apartment is illuminated under the intense light of white

Deison / Candor Chasma ~ Antimatter Circles

The bedrock of distinct noise arrives out of nowhere; the creeping hiss of an out of tune television set at three a.m, conjuring up feelings of apprehension and fear as another apartment is illuminated under the intense light of white

Deison/Galan ~ Cayendo

Italy’s Deison has been recording for decades, and is still experimenting with new ideas.  He’s never settled into a single mode of recording or focused on a single genre.  This creative restlessness has worked to his advantage.  Cayendo doesn’t sound like any of

Deison/Galan ~ Cayendo

Italy’s Deison has been recording for decades, and is still experimenting with new ideas.  He’s never settled into a single mode of recording or focused on a single genre.  This creative restlessness has worked to his advantage.  Cayendo doesn’t sound like any of

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

ACL 2012: The Year’s Best Album Covers

These are times of widespread disconnect, and music is one of the most genuine ways for a person all alone to feel understood. We’re seeing DIY backlashes against this loss of connection everywhere (Just look into the boom on homesteading

Deison ~ Quiet Rooms

Spectres circle Quiet Rooms, never appearing fully to the eye. Deep in the subconscious, we may be aware that something isn’t quite right, but any experience of paranormal phenomena is one out of sight, influenced by a slight, fearful dread and an

Deison ~ Quiet Rooms

Spectres circle Quiet Rooms, never appearing fully to the eye. Deep in the subconscious, we may be aware that something isn’t quite right, but any experience of paranormal phenomena is one out of sight, influenced by a slight, fearful dread and an

Anatomy ~ Dead Man and a Skeleton Stag

Sneaky, this Deison chap is, sneaking out a new release under a pseudonym (NOISE-d), a collaboration with the similarly industrial-minded dANI/Alvo, forming the bond of Anatomy.  (The hip bone’s connected to the industrial bone.)  With these two, one never knows what

Anatomy ~ Dead Man and a Skeleton Stag

Sneaky, this Deison chap is, sneaking out a new release under a pseudonym (NOISE-d), a collaboration with the similarly industrial-minded dANI/Alvo, forming the bond of Anatomy.  (The hip bone’s connected to the industrial bone.)  With these two, one never knows what